Monday, March 15, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 74
Bring on the games
For local men's and women's college basketball teams, the wait is finally over. NCAA brackets were announced Sunday for both men's and women's tournaments.
Special Tournament section
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St. Patrick's parade An Irish celebration
Cincinnati's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade drew thousands to the downtown Cincinnati area Sunday. See a gallery of photos from the parade.
Photo gallery

Makeup makes a difference
At-home beauty parties are all about glamour, gloss and giving women a new look. But Barbara Haines' Mary Kay parties do more.

After time, family returns to normal
Today, the war in Iraq that turned the life of David and Sarah Bray upside down is something the family looks at through a rear-view mirror.
• SPECIAL: One unit, one year later
ONE UNIT, ONE YEAR LATER

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Volunteer's devotion to astronomy evident
John Ventre is not the least bit offended when someone calls him a lunatic. But sometimes he'll point out that he prefers the term, "lunartic."

Kia targets men with Amanti
Ten years after coming to the United States, Kia, a carmaker best known for selling small econoboxes, is thinking big.
Beemer's basic, Corvair a blast

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

In the creek, dark and alone
Sprawl squeezes parkland
Local Spaniards gather after bombings
Trustee: Pastor owed money
Bridge construction starts

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

So far, so good for Reds
Inside Reds camp
ONLINE EXTRA: Reds e-mail Q&A
Bengals' defense remains work in progress
MND faces Final 4 for the ages

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Help Spain in terrorist fight
We're 'most livable' - and we rock
Ohio innocence project
History proves free trade is best way
Letters to the editor

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Backup generators keep businesses going
Business People
Krystal pays extra for courteous employees
EDS selling software design business
Gas tops out at $1.77 gallon

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Makeup parties make a difference
'The Passion' continues at No. 1
Join one of our new reader panels
Eating right key to successful training
Get to it

    • More tempo news..

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Eckberg: Web holds future of freelance
Music teachers campaign to restore singing in school
Spinmeisters finding way around in Ohio
'Pig' will tour to fight illness
Daugherty: Bandwagon jumpers look silly now

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